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  • Hackers Stole Information from 1.7 Million Imgur Accounts in 2014
    By Andrew Liptak 11/25/2017
    If you were an Imgur user in 2014, you might want to consider changing your password. Yesterday, the photo-sharing site revealed (via Engadget) that it learned of a security breach in 2014 that compromised the e-mail addresses and passwords of approximately 1.7 million users.
    If you were an Imgur user in 2014, you might want to consider changing your password. Yesterday, the photo-sharing site revealed (via Engadget) that it learned of a security breach in 2014 that compromised the e-mail addresses and passwords of approximately 1.7 million users.
  • Uber Covered Up a Cyberattack Last Year That Exposed Data of 57 Million Riders and Drivers
    By Nick Statt 11/21/2017
    Uber suffered a large-scale cyberattack in October of 2016 that exposed the confidential user data of 57 million customers and drivers, according to a Bloomberg report published today. Former CEO Travis Kalanick was informed of the hack just one month after it transpired, but it was not publicly announced and in fact was concealed by Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan and his subordinates, the report says, leading Uber to fire the executive and one of his lieutenants this week.
    Uber suffered a large-scale cyberattack in October of 2016 that exposed the confidential user data of 57 million customers and drivers, according to a Bloomberg report published today. Former CEO Travis Kalanick was informed of the hack just one month after it transpired, but it was not publicly announced and in fact was concealed by Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan and his subordinates, the report says, leading Uber to fire the executive and one of his lieutenants this week.
  • Google Admits it Tracked User Location Data Even When the Setting was Turned Off
    By Shannon Liao 11/21/2017
    Android phones gather your location data and send it to Google, even if you’ve turned off location services and don’t have a SIM card, Quartz reported today.
    Android phones gather your location data and send it to Google, even if you’ve turned off location services and don’t have a SIM card, Quartz reported today.
  • DJI’s Bug Bounty Program Starts With a Stumble
    By Ben Popper 11/20/2017
    Back in August, DJI launched a bug bounty program meant to reward researchers who came to the company with security vulnerabilities they had discovered. This approach to cybersecurity is now widespread, with big companies like Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo running their own programs, and smaller companies relying on platforms like BugCrowd and HackerOne.
    Back in August, DJI launched a bug bounty program meant to reward researchers who came to the company with security vulnerabilities they had discovered. This approach to cybersecurity is now widespread, with big companies like Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo running their own programs, and smaller companies relying on platforms like BugCrowd and HackerOne.